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The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is an exceptional trade agreement – not only by the ambition of its creators, but also by the public response that came in its wake. The disagreement over the TTIP ranges from the breadth of its economic benefits, over the possible democratic impact of its institutional structures, ending with its impact on particular public interest concerns such as public health and environment. This workshop aims to unpack the core issues around which the debate about the TTIP revolves: TTIP’s rationale and justification, the role of its institutions and finally some of the criticized substantive (sectoral) consequences.

Event details of Why TTIP? On its Rationale, Institutions and Substantive Consequences
Date 17 February 2015
Time 13:30 -18:45
Location
Oudemanhuispoort
Room Room A101
Oudemanhuispoort

Room Room A101

Oudemanhuispoort 4-6
1012 CN Amsterdam